Photograph by Edmund Lowe, Alamy
As my last post pointed out, Seattle is a gem of a city. It’s physical beauty is apparent, but it’s not just for gazing and appreciating… The Seattle landscape is part of a great playground of a region called the PACIFIC NORTHWEST (PNW for short). It’s beauty and allure is bewitching so I’d like to take a few moments to describe just what the PNW culture is all about (specifically as it pertains to the Seattle area).
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Although I am leaving for Thailand come this August, I can still appreciate the beauty of Seattle and be thankful for all the treasures we have here. For those of you who plan to visit, or who are new in town, here are my top 10 recommendations on things to do in Seattle to experience it like a local (not in any particular order):
1. Try A Local Delicacy – Seattle Dogs!
Food carts serving Seattle Dogs can be found throughout the city and offer a variety of toppings. The traditional Seattle Dog sports a toasted bun with a hot-dog cut down the middle and topped with cream cheese. YUM! Popular optional toppings include grilled onions, sauerkraut, jalapenos, and condiments. Snag one after a sporting event or take to Pioneer Square or Capitol Hill for a night out on the town.